The School of Professional Studies at Brown University offers opportunities for graduate students to become educators by instructing courses through Pre-College Programs, where middle and high school students from across the world study on Brown’s campus, online, and on location.

Richard M. Stratt, Newport Rogers Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Physics, has been invited to deliver the 21st Strouhal Lecture at Charles University in Prague on March 7, 2018. The annual Strouhal Lecture is one of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics' ceremonial lectures, named in honor of renowned Czech physicist Prof. Dr. Čeněk Strouhal. Dr. Strouhal is described as an important physicist, whose research and teaching "contributed to the development of physical research in Czech countries.1"

On January 23, 2018, the Department of Chemistry hosted its second annual STEM Day, co-sponsored by the Rhode Island Section of the American Chemical Society. 60 high school students joined us from two public charter schools in Providence, RI: Times Squared STEM Academy and the 360 School.  

The Deparment of Chemistry is pleased to announce an award of $4.1 million from DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency). This award, titled "Chemical CPUs: Computational Processing via Ugi Reactions," will bring together researchers from across fields of chemistry at Brown, as well as Brown's School of Engineering, to tackle the issue of data storage from various perspectives. Faculty from Chemistry include Brenda Rubenstein (Principal Investigator), Peter Weber, Eunsuk Kim, and Jason Sello. 

“Chemistry lies at the heart of so many applications, and not enough people are aware of how exciting and impactful chemistry is to their lives! Science needs to be effectively communicated to experts and non-experts alike." – Prof. Jerome Robinson, Instructor of Organometallic Chemistry, Fall 2017